Worship With Us

In worship, we open our hearts and mind to God in Word and Sacrament. In worship, God gives us a sense of community, strength to live and work in the world, and power to do ministry as Christ’s people. Our worship could be considered “classical Anglican,” but with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Join Us

Come as you are, and join us as we gather regularly for the following:

Sunday Services

On Sundays, we celebrate the Holy Eucharist at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. The early service is simple, quiet, and contemplative. At the later service, we add choral and organ music.

Sunday Children & Youth Ministries

WELCOME!

Children and Youth programs are held during the 10 o’clock service.

Classes for elementary-aged school children are held in the Chapel, and parents or guardians are welcome. Children are an important part of our Sunday worship experience; they will process into the sanctuary as a group at the Offertory, and then return to their families.

Classes for middle-school kids and high schoolers are held upstairs in St. Peter’s Conference Room.* They also will join the congregation at the Offertory.

Nursery care is available for infants and toddlers in the daycare classroom, located near the rear entrance to the Church.

We are so happy to see you all!

*Classes for children and youth in elementary, middle, and high school are combined in one room — in the Chapel — during the summer months.

Holy Eucharist

Holy Eucharist is celebrated at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays in our Oratory Chapel (adjacent to the choir chancel). It is a simple spoken Eucharistic service with healing prayers and reflection upon the weekly Sunday readings.

Special Services & Pastoral Events

Special services are scheduled throughout the year on Holy Days and other occasions. Pastoral events such as baptisms, weddings, and funeral services are scheduled as needed.

Worship with your Lakewood Community

Worship at St. Peter’s is a community effort! It takes about 50 people working together to make every Sunday morning happen. Parishioners serve as ushers, prepare the sanctuary, read weekly Scripture passages, lead community prayers, assist with administering Communion, and perform myriad other duties during the service. There is something for everyone to do!